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Controllers is very quickly put battery
Hi. I bought a Samsung Odyssey. It seems to me that my controllers very quickly put the battery. I play one-two days on 4-5 hours and all! controllers are permanently disabled. I use good batteries-Duracell or Energizer. This is given the fact that vibration I never got in any shooter. They vibrate only when turned on or off. I don't know,maybe it's normal, but I had Oculus CV1 and I didn't see such a problem, although it vibrated perfectly when firing. Can anyone share their observations with me? or is that just my problem? What would you advise me to do? Buy every 2 days for 4 batteries expensive segment is quite expensive